A controversy over plans by the Chumash tribe to expand its reservation land in the Santa Ynez Valley has exploded.
The tribe sought high level negotiations with the county over the nearly 1400 acres of property, but County Supervisors rejected that proposal.
Now, Chumash officials say they will pursue federal approval to annex the land. If approved, it means the county won’t have a say over its development, and won’t get property tax revenue.
KCLU’s Lance Orozco has the story.
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